William Jones
The fifth article in the Tribune's series on private Chicago ambulance firms. This piece covers the firms' inflated welfare fees. A companion story in this issue reports on the three firms that were banned from transporting the poor as a result of this series.
State Cuts off Welfare Fees
William Jones
Although not part of the undercover series, this supplemental piece reports on actions taken as a result of the Tribune undercover reports. The story ran before the complete series was printed.
William Jones
The third report from Tribune reporter William Jones, who worked for two months as an ambulance driver in Chicago.
Penetrating Look at Costs, Cases Yielded by News' 6-month Study
Ed May
The first in the series called "Our Costly Dilemma" by Buffalo Evening News reporter Ed May exposing inefficiencies and abuses in New York State's Welfare system. The article also includes an editor's note titled "What Welfare Means to You" explaining the genesis of the project and the various sources and resources the paper used.
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